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>>> tonight on "rldfocus" -- >>> preside obama in jan. the chging relationship of an assertive,ew japanese leader stes outis ground. >>> wi jobs in thebalance, the british gornment tries to deal with arowing backlash over immigtion. > pakistan unr atta. th latestdeadlybombing shows that not en the cntry's spy agency issafe. >>> how acountry richin culture d history is gog afte tourist welme to iraq. >>> from the worls leadin reporters and anysts here' what's hpening around the world. this is "wldfocus."uc=cíz major supporhas been provided by rosli p. walter and the peter g. petern foundation, dedicated to proting fiscal respsibility and addressing key economic challenges fang amica's future. additional funng is provided by theollowing supporters >>> held sloe good evening. i'm daljit aliwal. when president obama arrived in japa today on the fit stop of his first trip to asia, heame ce to face with a man not unlike himself. a new leader wh swept into office on a prome ochange. includinasserting greater independce in dealing with the united states. prime minist yukio hatoyoma s
>>> tonight on "worldfus" -- >> as wraps up his visit to asia, prident obama talks toughabout north korea's nuclear program and issues new warning to iran. >>> in ghanistan, presint karzai is ingurated for a second term. will he makegood on hipromise to root t rampant corption? >>>n our signature stoy, we take you to dided town on the west ba where america settlers say they feel under attack. thpalestinians say they are rced to do witut. >>> and throughout europe toda the talk is all about the world p and a missed ca that h ance celebring and ireland outrag. and the peter g. pet >> from the world's leadg reports and analysts, here's at's happening from around t world. this is orldfocus." major supporhas been provided by rosalind p. walter and the peter g.eterson foundation, dicated to promoting fiscalesponsibility and addressing keyconomic chalnges facing america's future. and addition funding is ovided by the following supporters -- >>> hello and od evening. i'm dalj dhaliwal in new york. presidt obama had a tough new message today foroth north korea and iran, tling them to
>>> tonight on "worldfocus" -- >>> president obama in jan. the changing relationship of an assertive, new japanese leader stakes out his ground. >>> with jobs in the balance, the british government tries to deal with a growing backlash over immigration. >>> pakistan under attack. the latest deadly bombing shows that not even the country's spy agency is fe. >>> how a country rich in culture and history is going after tourists. welcome to iraq. >>> from the world's leading reporters and analysts, here's what's happening around the world. this is "worldfocus." major support has been provided by rosind walter and the peter g. peterson foundation, dedicated to promoting fiscal responsibility and addressing key economic challenges facing america's future. additional funding is provided by the following supporters >>> hello and good evening. i'm daljit dhaliwal. when president obama arrived in japan todaon the first stop of his first trip to asia, he came face to face with a man not unlike himself. a new leader who swept into office on a promise of change. including asserti
> tonight on "worldfocus" -- >>> president obama and chinese president pledge to tackle global challenges together, but w muress didh really make? wel analyze thecritical and complex retionship between these two nations. >>> in the czech republic, a day to emember. the start of th velvet revotion 20 years ago. that country. was toppled in >>> and isra's high tech revoluon. the first of thre "signature" storiecouny this week. >>> from the world's leading reporters and analts, here's what's hapning from around the rld. this is orldfocus." majosupport has en pvided by rosalinp. walter and the peter g. petersofoundation, dedited to promoting fiscal respsibility and addressing key economic challengefacing america's re. antional fovided by the folling supporters -- >>> llo and good evening. i'm daljit dhawal. yo sense of why today's meeting betwn present obama and chinese president hu jintao was important, the two countries together accoun for almo one-quarter ofhe world's population. china, ocourse, is far lger aosfour times as many people. and as it sees its economic power grow, so
supporters -- >>> hello and good evening, i'm daljit dhaliwal. abbas has been seen by president obama and others as the leading palestinian supporter of a peaceful solution to the israeli/palestinian conflict. a voice moderation, abbas as president of the palestinian authority which governs palestinians in west bank. tonight, abbas' role and the peace process itself have been thrown no more uncertainty, after his announcement yesterday he will not run for another term. among other things, abbas has voiced frustration with u.s. policy, including last week's comments by secretary of state hillary clinton on israeli settlements. in tonight's "lead focus" we look at the abass decision, the view from israel and his ties to washington. and we begin with john tarat of al jazeera english. >> reporter: the first thing the new president, barack obama did on his first day in office in the white house on january was to telephone middle east leaders including mahmoud abbas. if president abbas thought that meant the palestinians' time has come, he was quickly forced to reconsider. a lack of process
. and we begin with hn tarat of al jeera english. >>eporter: the first thing the new prident, barack obama did on hisirst day in office in the whe house on january was to telepho middle east leaders incling mahmoud abbas. if president abbas thoughthat meant the paltinians' time has come, was quickly forced to reconsider. lack of process and with deadlock over israelsettlementxz buildingited as the main reason f his decision not to ek re-election. u.s. secretary ostate hillary clinton praised ass' effort and impld she had known about this for more than few days. >> i jt saw him on saturday, george mitchell sahim on moay, in each of those conversations he describ in eat detail the challenges th he faces. and we talked about s own political ture. and i look forwardo working and with president abbasn any new capaci. >> reporter: praising abass,ow that he'decided to step down, is one thing. the message in the pt months and in particular the st week, has been quite another >> no new star for example, is unprecedted. >> rorter: the praise for the israeli prime nister and his supposed limitg of s
for important talks with president obama. we'll tell you what to expe. >>> we'll ke y to germany, where new immigrants are being asked to sn contracts coitting them to western values. what about trying th idea here? >>> d remarkable pictures fr the de. new species are discovered that may change the way you think about lifender the seas. >>> from the world's leading reports and analysts, here's what's hapning from around the world. this is "worfocus." major suppt has been provided by rosalind p. walter and the peteg. peterson foundati, dedicated to promoting fiscal responsility l and addressing key econoc challenges facing americs future. and additional fding is provided by the followg supporters -- > fweeng good evening. i'm martin savidge. i'll be here all week. we begin tonight with a country that has ben under the rar, at is crial to american foreign policy. th country is india. already with more than a billion people a expected to overtake cha as the world's st populous nation in the next 20 year india's ime ministeranmohan singh, is in washington, where he will be officially welmed by
>>> tonight on "worldfocus" -- >>> during a visit to china, president obama meets with students and speaks out about what he calls universal rights. the chinese limited access to his speech. >>> we'll take you to israel, to africa and east timor, to show you how rapidly chinese influence is expanding around the world. >>> our "signature" story is from denmark where the winds of change brought more wd power and made plenty of danes rich. >>> in australia, now elderly people shed tears for the childhood they never had. we'll tell you why. >>> from the world's leading reporters and analysts, here's what's happening from around the world. this is "worldfocus." major support has been provided by rosalind p. walter and the peter g. peterson foundation, dedicated to promoting fiscal responsibility and addressing key economic challenges facing america's future. and additional funding is provided by the following supporters -- >>> hello and good ening. i'm daljit dhaliwal. >>> president obama spoke openly and bluntly today about the benefits of individual freedoms in a country known for
in brussels urged iran to reconsider, and hence the talk by president obama and others this week about the possibility of new sanctions. what kind of measures and when, that is our "lead focus" tonight. weeks after iran disclosed the existence of this once-secret nuclear facility near the holy city of qom, in brussels today representatives of the world's major powers pressed iran to accept a plan to curb its nuclear ambitions. the six countries released this statement -- we urge iran to reconsider the opportunity offered by this agreement and to engage with us in dialogue and negotiations. on wednesday, iran appeared to reject an international proposal that would require it to ship uranium overseas. the idea is to ensure that iran is using uranium for peaceful purposes. yesterday, president obama issued this warning -- >> we have begun discussions with our international partners about the importance of having consequences that the dual track approach requires iran to get a clear message, that when it fails to take advantage of these opportunities, that in fact, it is not making itself
the building of settlements on the west bank for the next ten months. a move that was praised by the obama administration. the palestinians had demanded a moratorium on the construction of israeli settlements on the west bank as a precondition of peace talks. the obama administration, too, once backed that position, although it recently softened its stance on the issue. in making his announcement netanyahu says the freeze shows israel is very serious in its intention to advance peace. but there are conditions to the planned freeze, conditions that have already raised the ire of palestinian officials. netanyahu's settlement proposal only applies to new construction permits. the construction of some 3,000 homes already approved would not be affected. the freeze would also not apply to construion in arab east jerusalem, which palestinians would like to one day see as their capital. for more about prime minister netanyahu's proposal to freeze israeli settlements on the west bank, we're joined tonight by one of our rulars. he's ghassan shabaneh, a palestinian american who is a professor at mary
be a differen response? >> what does the obama administration believe is an appropriate use of rendition? >> the - what know so far is th the obama administration intends continue the process of rendition, but were hopeful that it wille not rendition to rture, but, rather, rendition to criminal trial. >> you mean extraordinary rendition is off the table, that's not goingto happen? >> well, weave reason to belie that the obama administration will not alwing the cia, will not be allowing any of its operatives to tnsfer individualso countries where they m be subjted to torture. but rendition, are old, will continue to criminal prosecuon in various countries that the individual may besent to. >> should thenited states be rendering terror suspects to overse justice? what's the point of it? >> the unid states shouldn't be renderinganyone anywhere unless is pursuant to a judicial process in the country in which the rson was picked up. every indidual on the planet has a right toe free from arbiary detention. andifou are denied judicial press at the point of pture, then that's a dnapping and i
by the following supporters -- >>> hello and good evening. i'm daljit dhaliwal. >>> president obama is reportedly nearing a decision to add tens of thousands of troops to the american force in afghanistan, though military officials tell the associated press that the number will fall short of the 40,000 requested by the american commander in afghanistan. officials say that the deployment will probably begin in january to strengthen the defense of ten key cities and towns. meanwhile, in southern afghanistan, u.s. soldiers and afghan police have discovered a huge supply of ammonium nitrate. half a million pounds of the fertilizer used in bombs targeting nato troops. and in a remote part of stern afghanistan, taliban insurgents have apparently gotten hold of a cache of american weapons. the arms may have been left behind when american forces were driven out of two combat outposts in the kamdesh district of nuristan province last month in a battle that killed eight u.s. soldiers. that is our "lead focus" tonight. and we begin with this report by jonah hull of al jazeera english. >> reporter: high in t
-- >>> hello and good evening. i'm daljit dhaliwal. as president obama weighs his options in afghanistan, a strong voice of dissent has emerged challenging the american commander in afghanistan's call for another 40,000 troops for the war effort. he is the u.s. ambassador to afghanistan, karl eikenberry, and he says that only 10,000 to 15,000 more forces should be committed. eikenberry is also a former top commander in afghanistan and he says most of those extra troops should be used not in combat, but to train the afghan army. today, the head of nato also emphasized training the afghan army and police. and to that end, he said the nato allies are also pledging to send more troops. >> if we left afghanistan behind, terrorism could easily spread from afghanistan through central asia and further and destabilize pakistan, a nuclear power. that would be a very, very dangerous situation. and i think all governments realize the way ahead is transition to afghan lead so that we can handle and hand over responsibility to them. >> in the meantime, there is also another issue that permeates just a
supporters -- > hello and good evening. i'm dal. >>> present obama is repoedly nearing a decision to add tens of thousands of troops to t american force in afghanistan, tugh military offials tell the sociated prs that the mber will fall short of the 40,000 request by the american commanderin afanistan. officialsay that the deployment will probably ben in january to strengthen the fense of ten key cies and towns. meanwhile,n southern afghanistan, u.s. solers and afghan pice have dcovered a hu supply of ammonium nrate. half a milli pounds of the fertiler usedin bbs targeting nato troops. and in a remo part of eastern afghantan, taliban insurgents have apparently gotten hold of a cache of american weapons the armsay have been left behind when ameran forces were driven out of two combat outposts in the kamdesh district of nuristan province lt month in a battle that killed eit u.s. soldiers. that is our "lead ocus" tonight. d we begin with this report by jonah hl. >> reporr: high in the inof eastern afghanistan,aliban fhters display wh appear to be american arms and ammutions apparently seized at
. but in his speech to a town hall stylemeeting of university students in shanghai obama ao talkedbout freedomsoften nied in china. >> we do not seek to impose any systemf government on any other nation. but we alsoon't believe that thr are unique to our nati. thesereedoms of epressionand worship, of access to informatn and political partipation, we believe are universal rights. they should be ailable to all people, iluding ethnicnd religious minority whether they are in the unitestates, china or any tion. but even as theresident called for access to inrmation, china was tightly controing it. the eting with a cafully screened group of students who were coached beforehand was not broadct live across the country, andwhile it was available two big national internet sites, it wa hard to hear. and on big website, the xinhua news agency tld people that the obamauñ÷ live, but th onhe screen apparentlyails to deliver on at promise. in tonight's"leadfocus," we take an in depth lo at the oba visit and its significance, beginng with the presidents day from melia chan of al jazra english. >> re
good evening. m daljit dhaliwal. as presint obama weighs his options in afghanistan, a strong voice of dissent has emerged allenging the american coander in afghanistan's call for anoth 40,000 tops for the war fort. he isthe u.s. ambassador to afghantan, karl eikeerry, anhe says that only10,000 t 15,000 moreorces should be committed. eikenberry is al a formerop commandein afghanian and he says most of those ext troo shld be used not incombat, but to train t afghan army. today, the head of nto also emphasizedraining the afghan army and police. and tohat end, he said th nato allies arelso pledging to send more troops. >> if we left ghanistan behind, terrorism could esily spread from afanistan through central asia andurther and destabilize pakista a nlear power. that wou be a very, very dangerous situation. and i think all governments realize the wayahead is transition tafghan lead so that we can handle responsibility to them. >> in the meantime, there is also ather iss that permeates just about any conversation about commting more troop it is the perceptio andhe reality of widesead co
to its nuclear program? >> it's a major victory for the obama administration, and tehran must be nostalgic for the good old days of bush. in the old days it was very hard for the u.s. administration to rally not just the europeans but also russia and china, and now clearly obama's managed to persuade them to come along with stronger policy towards iran. >> was this a surprise? >> this type of vote, especially with china voting, that was a surprise to me. the russians already indicated that, although they didn't think about the sanctions would be a good idea, they would be willin÷ to go along because they saw no other choice. but the chinese vote clearly is part of some sort of deal that obama has made with the chinese when he made his trip to china. >> and if these nations go forward to impose tougher sanctions against iran, i think the question mark had been russia and china, does the way this censure vote went imply that russia and china will go along on the whole concept of tougher sanctions? >> clearly, yes. it's no good guarantee, but it's an indication that they will. a
of settlements o the westank for the next ten mont a move that was praised by the obama administration. the palesnians had demanded a moratorium on the construion israeli settlements on the west bank as a econdition of peace talks. the obama administration, o, onceacked that potion, alough it rently softened its stance on t issue. in making his announceme netanyahu sayshe freeze shows israel i very seriousin its intentiono advanc peace. but there are conditions to the planned freeze, conditions that have already raisethe ire of palestinian officials. netanyahu's settlement proposal only aps to new construction permits. the construction ofome 3,000 mes already approvedould not be afcted. the free would also n aly to construction in arab east jesalem, which palestinians would like to one day see their capital. r more about pre minister nenyahu's oposal to freeze israeli settments on thewest banke're joined by one of our regula lars. he's ghassan shabaneh, a palestinian americanho is a professoat marymount college re in new york. good to see you ain. >> thank y. thank you fo having me. >>
. yesterday, preside obama issued this warning-- >> we have begun discussions with our intertional paners out the importance of having conseqnce consequences that the dual track proach requires iran to get a clea message, that when it fails to take advantage ofhese oprtunities, that in fact, it is not making itself more secu, it's makgtself less secu. >> unsaid wa the threatf sanctions. a step that ma believe would be ineffective witht the support of russia andchina. william dowell gofrthe nuclear talkfor glal post om geneva switzerlan >> it is really brinksmanship. the sanctions,fter you use that, what do you do aterwards? e sanctionsctually may pl intohe has of the haliners in iran. >> speaking inerlin today the head of the international atomic energy agency idicated that an agreement could ill be ached. >> i would hope definite that we will get angreement before e end of the year. wh i think a number of partners ve indicated, that, yoknow, th would like to give iran an opportunityo -- you know, to engage until the enof the year. i wouldhate to s that we are moving back to sanctions. >>> fo
. toy it was president obama's turn to pose foris photo op on th 2,000-yr-old landmark, but lurking inhe background,as it has throughout obama's tourof asiais the issue of afghistan. soon he' expected to nounce his decion on the pentagon's quest for additional troops. cha, in a series of interviews with american television, the present said that his decion will, quote, put us on a path towards ending the war. he went on to say, my prerence would notto hand off anythingo the next president >>> americanfficials have repeatedly said that the fight against the tiban in afghanistan is inextricably linked with the fight agains the talibanin nehboring pakistan. there the pakistani army h en engaged in a 4-ek-long offense against the militants in the pvince of south waristan. this weeforeign rerters were allowed into the regn for a oser look at howhe fight is going. this reporter froml jazeera engliswas one of them. >> reporter: the pakistani militaryays they've contained a fothold in sou wiristan, following itsall-out assault on the region las month. cut off from the outsid world, its a town o
obama deces that that is whahe's going to do, is gord brown going to be by hi side wille commit more troops? >> i think that will pbably just depend on t strength of his litical situation at home. but i ink it would certainly help him if that sort of leadership came from the tates. certainly people in britain says there needs to be a me-changing move from obama to do something decisive, whether sendore troops or to take a tougher ne with hamid karzai, maybe put moretrength in lal inittives, local leads in afghanistan to strengthethat system of governnt. something at any rate that changes thegame. >> gideon lichfield,hank you ry much for joining . >> thank you vy much. >> we al want to know what you thk about this ory. our questn tonight i as opposition to th war grows in the i need kingdom, w do you el about the american esence in afghanian? tell us what yothink by aving your commen on the "how you see it" page of our weite. you can find that worldfocus.org >>> the violence especially against ordinary people has be incrsing in pakistan as well as the government continues its last off
and nose nations opposed to its nuclear program? >> is aajor victory for the obama dministration, and tehran must be know sal gikor the good old days of bush. in the o days it w very hard for the u.s. administration to lly not just the europeans but also russi and chin and now clearloba's managedoer. suede them to com alo with stroer policyowards iran. >> was this a surprise? >> this type ofvote, especiay with cina ting, that was a surprise to . the russians already indicated th although they didn't think about the sanctio would b a good idea, ey wouldbe willing to go ang because they saw n otr choice. bu the chinese vote clear is pa ofome sortof dealhat obama has made with the chinese when he made his tr to cna. >> and if the nations go forward to impose suffer sations against iran, i think the question mark h been russia a china, does the way this censure vote we ply that russia and china willo along on the wleoncept of tougher sanctions? >> clearly, yes. it's no good guarantee, but it' an iication that they will. and i thinkhe iranian vernment has to take that into account, tt
withdraws from the race. how will the news affect president obama's decision about whether to send more troops there? >>> secretary of state hillary clinton does what some are calling an about-face about israel's settlement policy. the palestinians express outrage. >>> as the 20th anniversary of the fall of the war nears, germany celebrates the world's leaders who made it happen. and a man who dug secret tunnels and helped hundreds escape to freedom in the west. >>> we will return to the philippines for our signature segment. tonight, how they see us. >>> from the world's leading reporters and analysts, here's what's happening from around the world. this is "worldfocus." major support has been provided by rosalind p. walter, and the peter g. peterson foundation, dedicated to promoting fiscal responsibility and addressing key economic challenges facing america's future. and additional funding is provided by the following supporters -- >>> hello and good eve i'm daljit dhaliwal. we begin tonight with the latest chapter in the unfolding story of afghanistan. president hamid karzai is going
is considered complete without a visit to the great wall of china. today it was president obama's turn to pose for his photo op on the 2,000-year-old landmark, but lurking in the background, as it has throughout obama's tour of asia, is the issue of afghanistan. soon he's expected to announce his decision on the pentagon's request for additional troops. today in china, in aeries of interviews with american television, the president said that his decision will, quote, put us on a path towards ending the war. he went on to say, my preference would be not to hand off anything to the next president. >>> american officials have repeatedly said that the fight against the taliban in afghanistan is inextricably linked with the fight against the taliban in neighboring pakistan. there the pakistani army has been engaged in a 4-week-long offensive against the militants in the province of south waziristan. this week foreign reporters were allowed into the region for a closer look at how the fight is going. this reporter from al jazeera english was one of them. and he has our "lead focus" tonight. >> repor
obama confirmed he's made hisecision on afghanistan. >> after eigyears, some of those years in which we did not ve, i think, eher the resourceor thetrategy to get the job done, it is my intention to fish the job. >> reporr: last night president ama held what was described as a rigorous final meeting with his national security team to put the finishing touches on his new plan for afghanistan. acrding to mcatchy newspapers, the president has decided toend an additional 34,000 tros to afghanistan. he's expectedonnounce that decision next tuesday. according tohe mcclaty ticle, the administration's plan would include a series of so-called off ramps, those off ramps would points at which e president could coinue sending the adtional troops, stop sendg them begin removing u.s. forces from afghanista altogether. off ramps would depend on the military and polical progress in afghanistan. afghan president hamid karzai is under intense pssure from the s. to clean up the rampant corruption plaguing his government cretary of state hillary clinton adopted more conciliato tone towds karzai. in an in
more troops to afghanistan, possi 40,000. if president obama decides that that is what he's going to do, is gordon brown going to be by his de? will he commit more troops? >> i think that will probably just depend on the strength of his political situatioat home. but i think it would certainly help him if that sort of leadership came from the states. certainly people in britain have been saying there needs to be a game-changing move from obama to do something decisive, whether send more troops or to take a tougher line with hamid karzai, force him to root out corruption, maybe put more strength in local initiatives, local leaders in afghanistan to strengthen that system of government. something at any rate that changes the game. >> gideon lichfield, thank you very much for joining us. >> thank you very much. >> we also want to know what you think about this story. our question tonight is, as opposition to the war grows in the united kingdom, how do you feel about the american presence in afghanistan? tell us what you think by leaving your comments on the "how you see it" page of our web
's presidential election, president obama and other western leaders urged him to root out corruption. today, karzai resp acknowledging that afghanistan does have what he called "a bad name from corruption." he promised to deal with the problem, but a great deal of skepticism remains. that is our lead focus tonight. we begin with jonah hull of al jazeera english. >> hamid karzai's first appearance since being declared president. it seemed a carefully judged affair. not exuberant in victory, but humble, in the knowledge perhaps he'd won by default. >> we are aware of the difficulties of our governance and environment in which we live. we'll keep trying our best to address the questions we have facing afghanistan and to make sure that the wishes of afghan people come true towards an effective, clean government. >> international reaction to president karzai's win has been unanimous in support. but also straightforward in outlining expectations. form an effective cabinet. try and draw in former rival dr. abdullah and his supporters. stamp out corruption. president karzai may be willing. many bel
can do for my parents, to defend them. >>> as president obama prepares to announce his plan for the next phase of e warn afghanistan tomorrow night, the british government announcean increase todayin its military force in afghanistan. prime minister gordo brown said 500 more troops would be sent, bringing the totalof british force in afanistan to more than 10,0. president obamis expected to nounce an increase of up to 35,0 american troops. >> iran's announceme that it wi build ten more unium processing facilities drew a rangof reactions today. france said it was clear that efforts by theinernational community to extena hand t iran wer not working and at new sanctions were probably necessary. but russia said tt there is still a gd chance t negotiations to rolve the crisis over iran's nuear program. ev iran itsf was saying what it caed a diplomatic opportunity was still possible despite yesterday's annncement about those n uranium processingfacilities, which we hear about fro stephan west of itn. >> reporter: this pledge to build ten new plan will be seen as a defiant gestur b
as prident obama plans the next phase of u.s. involvemenin afghanistan. in our lead focus, the afan election a bend, we start in kabul with al zeera english o found the issue of fraud remas an undercurrent. reporter: just a dayfter dr. abdullah's withdwal from the race, hamid karzai is declared winner of afghistan's presidenal election. >> translato we decla mr. hamid karzai who gothe majority votes in theirst und, and who is the only candidate in the second round, be declared presint of afghanistan. >> reporter: the chairmaof the country's p electoral body, thendependent election commsion, said consens had be reached among his commissioners based on theaw ierests of the afan people. internatnal reaction was l by united tions secretary ban ki-moon in kul on an unannounced visit. >> i sincereope that with this decisi, president karzai will be able to form a government as soon as possible. >> reporter: theiec's decision came after sunday's announcent by dr.abdullah abdullah that he was pullg out of the second und against mr. karz. dr. abdullahaid little had been done to avo repeat of the fraud
>>> tonight on "worldfocus" -- >> as he wraps up his visit to asia, president obama talks tough about north korea's nuclear program and issues a new warning to iran. >>> in afghanistan, president karzai is inaugurated for a second term. will he make good on his promise to root out rampant corruption? >>> in our signature story, we take you to a divided town on the west bank where american settlers say they feel under attack. the palestinians say they are forced to do without. >>> and throughout europe today, the talk is all about the world cup and a missed call that has france celebrating and ireland outraged. >> from the world's leading reporters and analysts, here's what's happening from around the world. this is "worldfocus." major support has been provided by rosalind p. walter and the peter g. peterson foundation, dedicated to promoting fiscal responsibility and addressing key economic challenges facing america's future. and additional funding is provided by the following supporters -- >>> hello and good evening. i'm daljit dhaliwal in new yk. president obama had a tough ne
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